Raena Lynns iFrame engine Demonstration using Hubze

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When Facebook made the change from FBML to iFrames, it was a little intimidating. This video is a demonstration using Hubze’s software and you need to have a couple of items set up prior to using the software. First you need a Facebook created page. The page you are about to create using this software are called landing tabs or landing pages because that is the first page that your clients, followers, fans, etc. land on when they visit your page or site. Although, visitors to your page will land on your wall unless you select which tab is the default landing tab in the ‘Edit Page’ section.

1)Go to Facebook, type in pages in the search field. Facebook pages will appear in the drop down menu. Click the FB icon and a tab will come in that reads “Create A Page.” At this point, at least place it in a category, and name it. You basically have a skeleton page ready to accept a landing page.

2)I prefer creating a folder and placing everything I need in the folder for my landing page. For example, prepared copy in a document file for my headline, and text, images, video html, offer images etc. If you are a pro and can easily navigate to the sites you need to get to, that is fine too. For example, your images may be stored in photobucket, and your opt-in form code is located in your autoresponder site or form creator site. It saves time to have everything in one folder. You need to know what your page is going to look like so you know what elements you will need to get. You also need to know what incentives or offers will be on your page.

3)Keep in mind who is your target audience. Who is your niche and what is it they NEED? Always provide value to your visitors.

4) You are ready to build your fan page in less than 10 minutes. I hope you find this helpful. Once you complete one, it is a snap! If you like this video, you can visit Hubze’s site via my page, http://hubze.com/?aff=raenalynn or http://facebook.com/RaenaLynnsFanPage

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32 thoughts on “Raena Lynns iFrame engine Demonstration using Hubze

  1. Theuns says:

    Hi Raena

    Thank you so much I was looking for
    somoen that can help me with this
    and what i great job you did .

    I add your blog to my book marks
    to help me come back to your
    blog to learn more.

    Thanks a lot

    Theuns

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Theuns,

      I hope that when you return that I will have new, refreshing information for you. I appreciate the bookmark and I appreciate the kind words!
      Raena Lynn

  2. Hey Raena,

    Great tutorial! I’m working on a similar video. This is by far my favorite app for creating Facebook Landing Tabs. I use the paid developers version, but they have come out with a free version that allows people to create one landing tab with limited options. It’s an incredible opportunity to create your first landing tab and get you started with building your online brand.

    Wendy

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Wendy thanks for visiting my site. Yes, I really like iFrames engine and it is an honor to get such a nice compliment form an expert like you. I really like to teach people to not be afraid of some of the technical aspects that show up as we grow our business. I’m looking forward to seeing all of the wonderful fan pages created! I love your fan page:)
      Raena Lynn

  3. Raena Lynn
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    says:

    Hi Emma,
    I appreciate your comments. If you decide to pursue any technical stuff, I’m not an expert, but I may be able to be of assistance. Just let me know:) Raena Lynn

  4. TK Goforth says:

    Hey, Raena Lynn! I’m excited to try this. A friend of mine mentioned that I needed a landing page, and here you are writing about it! I may need to contact you for help, would that be okay? Thanks for this info, video, and post!

    TK

    1. Raena Lynn
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      says:

      Hi Tammy,

      Yes, I will be happy to help you when you are ready. Just let me know. You would do very well with a fan page since you are a little social butterfly! Just meet me in Facebook anytime!

      Raena Lynn

  5. This was a great tutorial video. I have not even attempted to update my fbml to iframes yet. I did not really understand the last comment you made. You said make sure you are on your own profile page and not your fan page. What do you mean by that? Aren’t we using this for our fan page?

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Nicole,
      It can be confusing when you start. If you are using Hubze iFrame software, you need to be logged onto Facebook under your personal profile. In other words, you! When you create a fan page, it is created within the FB platform, but once it is created, you now have an option to log in facebook and switching over to your fan page, which will most likely be your business page. To switch, you click on the account button located at the top right of the page when you are logged into facebook as yourself. So, to summarize, click use Facebook as page. In other words you are functioning in Fanpage mode rather than you as a person mode. With a little practice, it will make sense. I hope this helps. Thanks for stopping by. I just got back from your blog. Very nice:

      Raena Lynn

  6. Another great tutorial! You make it sound so easy Raena. I’d be the first to admit I’m no techie, but I’m always willing to learn new things. I’ll be updating my fb page in a couple of weeks, so this will really help make the transition smoother. Thanks!

    1. Raena Lynn
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      says:

      Hi Marty,
      Thanks for coming by. If you need help with your Fan Page, let me know. There are many ways to create a Fan Page, but I prefer this software because of it’s ease of use.
      Raena Lynn

  7. Rick Lelchuk says:

    Raena,
    Thanks for showing how easy it is to now work with iFrames. The Hubze iFrame Engine is certainly an easy way to create a good looking page. I’ll be looking for your tab video soon! RICK

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Rick,

      I’m glad you liked my video. Thanks! I can’t believe I can actually say it’s fun to build a fan page, but it is with this software:)

  8. Great tutorial Raena that should help a lot of people you broke the process down very well.

    Looks like your doing great with your page as well. I look forward to more informative posts.

    Steve

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Steve,
      I’m glad to see you again! I appreciated your compliment. I really like working with iFrames. Yes, all is good. At the present time I am focusing on four areas of foundational development. What have you been up to?

      Raena Lynn

  9. Cori Hughes says:

    Hi Raena-
    Thanks for doing this video. I also use Fanpage Engine and I love it!!!! But unfortunately I have put designing my fanpages on the back burner, but you have inspired me to get to work!!!
    You are right and I believe you showcased it well in this video just how easy it is to make awesome fanpages with a couple of clicks with Fanpage Engine. Keep the videos coming, you are helping tons of people by doing it.
    Thanks again
    Cori

    1. Raena Lynn
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      says:

      Hi Cori,

      Thanks for the compliment on my demonstration video. Hey, if I inspire one person, then I fulfilled my intentions. I understand we have so much to do and we have to prioritize what is most important, but when you decide to create your Fan Page, I appreciate the fact that the video was helpful. I think it is cool that your niche is cinched!

      Raena Lynn

  10. Paul Reimers
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    Thanks so much for this tutorial Raena!

    This is a great resource to work with iFrames. Thanks so much for putting a full tutorial video on this as well. This definitely makes it clear. I haven’t really dug into this and are grateful for this post!

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Paul,

      Thanks for the kind words. If you have any questions in the future, be sure to ask!

      Raena Lynn

  11. Hi Ranae
    Fantastic timing. I have not done my Fan Page as yet. This tutorial will be a great help to me. I shall try it out. Thanks for sharing and look forward to more future informative videos from you. Excellent work..

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Irene,

      If you need any help with your Fan Page, let me know and I will be happy to help you!

      Raena Lynn

  12. Hi Raena,

    Thanks for the neat little app. This tutorial was very helpful! I’ll make sure to reference this again if I’m working with this app.

    Thanks.

    1. Raena Lynn
      Twitter:
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      Hi Gary,
      Let me know if you ever need help with iFrames:)
      Raena Lynn

  13. CJ Priestley says:

    Hi Raena

    Nice tutorial. It looks pretty easy to use, with the ability to change things on the fly, and whats even better no code. I don’t have a fanpage just yet but I will have to keep those guys in mind for sure.

    I checked out their site briefly i didn’t see a pricing guide or anything. I can’t imagine a easy to use service like this is free, or is it?

    1. Raena Lynn
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      says:

      Hi CJ,
      There is a little code for videos and some of the other interactive components, but as you are plugging along, there are step by step instructions. It really is as easy as it appears! Thanks for posting twice!

      Raena Lynn

  14. Hello Raena

    Before watching your demonstration, creating Facebook pages appeared to complicated. Watching the video helped me to understand more about the process of creating pages. Would it be correct to say that the process is basically a cut and paste process?

    Thanks

    Perry A Davis Jr
    Music City

    1. Raena Lynn
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      says:

      Hi Perry,
      Thanks for your post. Using this software, it really is close to cut and paste. It’s best to store all of the elements into one folder before creating the page. Consolidate images, texts, headlines, and codes, then simply cut and paste to create the page. It’s fun to create a page!

      Raena Lynn

  15. Wow Raena, Great content. I was captivated by the video. You have a natural teaching style and your instruction made me believe anyone can build a fan page. Over a year ago I remember being associated with Hubze and suddenly becoming overwhelmed with all the information. Had I been connected with you at the time, I would have known the right person to go to for super instruction. You’ve given me room to think, maybe I’ll explore Hubze once again.

    Looking forward to more brilliance from you-

    Terrific Tonya Heathco
    National Seizure Disorders Foundation

    1. Raena Lynn
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      HI Terrific Tonya!

      Thank you for the compliments. Hubze is fairly new but now has over 40,000 fans and it is a fantastic company, in my opinion. They’ve had to go through some growing pains, but every day they are getting great! I just returned from Unstoppable Immersion in San Diego, a dynamic seminar for entrepreneurs and I met Nick Unsworth who is one of the founders of Hubze. I am a strong supporter of their products and I will continue to create more tutorials. I’m really pleased that you found it to be of value. Come back anytime, I’ll be happy to help you if you decide to go with iFrames.

      Raena Lynn

  16. Hi Raena,
    When facebook changed FBML to iFrames I had just managed to put up a fan page.
    Was not easy as I am a newbie…the number of times I had to delete the page or go back and start again.
    Your post does make it sound easy…however I used a different program and managed to get the page up and running.

    Great Post.
    Cheers
    Bryan

    1. Raena Lynn
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      says:

      Hi Bryan,
      Yes there are many programs that will create a fan page. I prefer iFrames by Hubze and I love sharing the features of the software. That’s great that you are up and running! Thanks for you compliment.

      Raena Lynn

  17. susan says:

    Raena:
    Does the iframe engine link go away if your developer do you know? I build them mainly on Word Press but using these guys for some building but rather not have their name at the bottom.

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